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Rum Season has a transparent base chocked full of small iridescent glitter particles. It had semi-sheer color coverage at best, and it could have distributed more evenly. The texture felt emollient and almost wet to the touch, as consistent with the brand's pressed glitters. This shade contained plastic (PET) glitter and was not intended for use on the eye area. I tested wear as a highlighter, and there was some glitter migration present after eight hours of wear.